So the latest Boruto chapter, Chapter 46 finally explained how the Karma works and what it means for Boruto. However, I feel like the chapter also answered a question once asked a long time ago and that’s Boruto’s eye being the cause for his anguish and home’s destruction. Now, I’m theorizing here so nothing I’m saying is to be taken literally. It’s just for fun and to explore a possible possibility to how the Boruto story might play out!
The TEZUKA MANGA CONTEST, a manga award for new artists established by “Shonen Jump” by Shueisha publisher since 1971 with the aim of finding new talents is celebrating its 100th anniversary. However, what makes this year’s especially interesting is that their welcoming mangaka’s from multiple languages, aka across the world. This sets in a new precedent that manga no longer is confined by the borders of Japan. Just like comic books and graphic novels, it too has evolved.
If you’re keeping up with the Dragon Ball Super manga, then you’d know that it’s setting Vegeta up to likely be the one to take Moro down. I mean, if that doesn’t happen, then you can throw the whole manga away. Anyways, one thing I wanted to talk about is what Vegeta’s next power up should be and what I don’t want it to be, which is ultra instinct.
Ever since Marvel revealed the New ‘New’ Warriors to the public and received the massive backlash that they did, I started to think about why we even admired superheroes in the first place. What was it that drew us all to admiring people like Static Shock, Superman, Black Panther, Raven, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Storm etc?
I started seeing this Solo Leveling creep up online over the past couple of days and so I decided to check it out, seeing as I’m trying to read more manga! I have to say that this South Korean novel written by Chu-Gong is crazy good!
It’s been a while since Samurai 8, Kishimoto’s latest work has hit the shelf, so I wanted to talk about what I’ve thought of it so far.
BORUTO CHAPTER 43 introduced Boruto’s New transformation to the fan base and well, it’s a lot different than what I expected.
So, outta nowhere Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata decided to drop this Death Note: Special One Shot to the world, based in modern times and I have to say, it’s pretty damm good.
So after reading Samurai 8: The Tale of Hachimaru Chapter 2, I’m starting to get a feel of what to expect going forward. What I’d like to discuss is whether we’ve prematurely proclaimed this manga to be great just because the author is Kishimoto.